The cost of your divorce depends on the length and complexity of your case. It also depends on whether you are paying a Fixed Fee or hourly charges.
DIVORCE LAWYER SINGAPORE FEE – HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO DIVORCE IN SINGAPORE?
How much does a divorce cost in Singapore? Generally, how much you pay for your divorce depends on the complexity and length of your case. The greater the complexity and the longer the case goes on, the higher your legal fees.
There are generally 2 types of legal fee structure in Singapore – fixed fee divorce and hourly charges.
Fixed Fee Divorce
In a fixed fee divorce, your divorce fees are fixed at the beginning. This means that your lawyer has undertaken to do the work for a fixed agreed amount.
Fixed fees for divorce are typically found in uncontested divorces.
If you are paying by hourly charges, your lawyer charges you for the work done by the hour. Your lawyer charges you for meetings, court appearances, telephone calls, research, and just about anything he does on your file. Usually, hourly fees are charged for complex cases.
PKWA LAW’s Fixed Fee Divorce
At PKWA Law, for some suitable divorce cases, we provide Fixed Fee Divorce.
At PKWA Law, we want you to have peace of mind that your divorce lawyer fees are fixed from the beginning – no extra or hidden charges. In some other divorce cases, it is not possible to fix fees usually because the case is complex.
Our family and divorce law clients not only get access to affordable legal representation where fees are fixed – they also get access to quality lawyers. Our divorce lawyers are consistently named as leading family lawyers by respected legal publications.
Our divorce fees start from just $900
If your divorce is uncontested, PKWA LAW provides Fixed Fee Packages that are priced to meet your budget.
Our fees start from just $900. Our fees are published clearly on this website, and there are no hidden fees.
When you use us, we will give you proper advice on what you are entitled to and draft your papers properly and clearly. It is important to get your divorce terms right from the start, instead of spending more time and money later on to change it.
To qualify for an Uncontested Divorce, you and your spouse must fulfil the following conditions:
Your spouse must agree to the divorce. Do you agree to a divorce based on unreasonable behaviour, adultery, or separation?
You and your spouse must agree to ancillary issues such as who is to have custody, care and control of the children, the manner of division of matrimonial assets and spousal and children maintenance.
Both parties must sign a draft Interim Judgement agreeing to all ancillary matters.
Once you and your spouse sign the divorce papers, we are normally able to get your Interim Judgment within 1 month and your Final Judgment 3 months after that. You and your spouse are not required to attend court.